History WesternAnimation / WoodyWoodpecker

11th Jun '17 6:59:47 AM Anddrix
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* MobileShrubbery: Attempted by the witch in "Witch Crafty" to enter the building Woody is guarding, by hiding herself in a package. Woody [[GenreSavvy dosen't buy it for a second.]]

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* MobileShrubbery: Attempted by the witch in "Witch Crafty" to enter the building Woody is guarding, by hiding herself in a package. Woody [[GenreSavvy dosen't buy it for a second.]]
10th Jun '17 2:52:55 PM CorahsUncle
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* GonkyFemme: Gorgeous Gal is a huge elderly featherless bird who wore a green dress, lots of jewelry and a white wig in the Woody Woodpecker short 'A Fine Feathered Frenzy.' She was so unattractive that when Woody saw her he turned white as a ghost. Despite her appearance, she has a lovely voice and her personality is flirty and romantic.

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* GonkyFemme: Gorgeous Gal is a huge elderly featherless bird who wore a green dress, lots of jewelry and a white wig in the Woody Woodpecker short 'A "A Fine Feathered Frenzy.' Frenzy". She was so unattractive that when Woody saw her he turned white as a ghost. Despite her appearance, she has a lovely voice and her personality is flirty and romantic.



* {{Leitmotif}}: Parts of Woody's theme tune pop up throughout the cartoons. It even survived all the way up to The New Woody Woodpecker Show.
* LimitedAnimation: The cartoons from late in the series life.

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* {{Leitmotif}}: Parts of Woody's theme tune pop up throughout the cartoons. It even survived all the way up to The ''The New Woody Woodpecker Show.
Show''
* LimitedAnimation: The cartoons from late in the series series' life.



* NamesTheSame: "Bats in the Belfry" is a name that is shared with a Creator/HarmanAndIsing oneshot cartoon from the 40s. "Hassle in a Castle" is also very similar to the ScoobyDoo cartoon episode "Hassle in the Castle".



* NoFourthWall: As mentioned at the top of this page. In that same short, as if to drive the point home, he also did it again when he [[spoiler:literally joins the audience that was watching the short]].
* NoodleIncident: In ''International Woodpecker'', when Woody is telling Knothead and Splinter about the roles woodpeckers played in history. He suddenly lets slip something about France, and decides to leave that part aside. However, this is ultimately averted when the kids get curious and insist that he tells, and Woody does so.

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* NoFourthWall: As mentioned at the top of this page. In that same short, as if to drive the point home, he also Woody did it again when he [[spoiler:literally joins joined the audience that was watching the short]].
* NoodleIncident: In ''International Woodpecker'', when Woody is telling Knothead and Splinter about the roles woodpeckers played in history. He suddenly lets slip something about France, and decides to leave that part aside. However, this is ultimately averted when the kids get curious and insist that he tells, tell, and Woody does so.



** In the opening of "Smoked Hams", Woody's pillows inexplicably dissapears for a few seconds!

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** In the opening of "Smoked Hams", Woody's pillows pillow inexplicably dissapears disappears for a few seconds!



** Also, the ambassador Woody disguises himself as in "The Dippy Diplomat," is called Ivan Awfulitch ("I've An Awful Itch").
* RedEyesTakeWarning: In the opening of Ration Bored, Woody dons this kind of look when informs the audience he is a "necessary evil".

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** Also, the ambassador Woody disguises himself as in "The Dippy Diplomat," is called Ivan Awfulitch ("I've An an Awful Itch").
* RedEyesTakeWarning: In the opening of Ration Bored, "Ration Bored", Woody dons this kind of look when informs the audience he is a "necessary evil".



* RoguesGalleryTransplant: Two early 60s Chilly Willy shorts had Wally Walrus showing up.

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* RoguesGalleryTransplant: Two early 60s 1960s Chilly Willy shorts had Wally Walrus showing up.



--> '''Crowd:''' [[AndThereWasMuchRejoicing ''HOORAY!'']]

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--> '''Crowd:''' -->'''Crowd:''' [[AndThereWasMuchRejoicing ''HOORAY!'']]



* StairwayToHeaven: Done in the end of ''Wild and Woody'' Buzz Buzzard has just been crushed [[AnvilOnHead by a large object]], and he arrives at a lobby with elevators to both heaven and hell with Woody as the doorman: one opens and the angelic operator says "Going up?" and Woody forces it closed, the other opens and the demonic operator says "GOING DOWN?!" and Woody gives Buzz Buzzard a kick in the rear forcing him into [[{{Hellevator}} the elevator.]] This also happened earlier, at the end of the short ''Ration Bored.''

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* StairwayToHeaven: Done in the end of ''Wild and Woody'' Buzz Buzzard has just been crushed [[AnvilOnHead by a large object]], and he arrives at a lobby with elevators to both heaven and hell with Woody as the doorman: one opens and the angelic operator says "Going up?" and Woody forces it closed, the other opens and the demonic operator says "GOING DOWN?!" and Woody gives Buzz Buzzard a kick in the rear rear, forcing him into [[{{Hellevator}} the elevator.]] This also happened earlier, at the end of the short ''Ration Bored.''



->'''Dooley''': "I hate you!"
->'''Woody''': "I like you!" (smooch)

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->'''Dooley''': -->'''Dooley''': "I hate you!"
->'''Woody''': -->'''Woody''': "I like you!" (smooch)
3rd Jun '17 4:47:43 PM MagnusForce
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* Operation Sawdust (Patterson): Wally Walrus' final appearance in a classic-era cartoon. Co-starring Buzz Buzzard.

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* Operation Sawdust (Patterson): Wally Walrus' final appearance in a classic-era Woody Woodpecker cartoon. Co-starring Buzz Buzzard.



* Dumb Like a Fox (Marcus): Fink Fox's first appearance.

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* Dumb Like a Fox (Marcus): Fink Fox's first appearance.(Marcus)



* Sioux Me (Marcus): Co-starring Fink Fox.

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* Sioux Me (Marcus): Co-starring Fink Fox.(Marcus)



* Chilly Chums: Woody Woodpecker has made a cameo appearance in this cartune.

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* Chilly Chums: Woody Woodpecker has made makes a cameo appearance in this WesternAnimation/ChillyWilly cartune.
17th May '17 7:36:47 PM nombretomado
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Despite this setback, his theatrical serials are still fondly remembered by classic animation fans and he is still the official mascot of {{Universal}} Studios to this day.[[note]]Though the position was stolen from him by ''WesternAnimation/AnAmericanTail'''s Fievel from the late 1980s into the 1990s- he then seemed to have earned it back, only for [[WesternAnimation/DespicableMe the Minions]] to snatch it from him in the 2010s.[[/note]] While the series was in a state of hiatus since then, a new CG feature length Woody Woodpecker feature, made by the studio Illumination, is [[http://www.cartoonbrew.com/feature-film/illumination-developing-cg-woody-woodpecker.html stated to be in the works.]] And as of October 2013, animator Bill Kopp, the creator of such shows as WesternAnimation/EekTheCat, [[http://blogs.indiewire.com/animationscoop/bill-kopp-signed-for-universals-woody-woodpecker is helming the project as director!]] Universal is also working on a [[http://www.cartoonbrew.com/feature-film/universal-making-live-actioncg-woody-woodpecker-feature-brazilians-141553.html live action/CGI hybrid feature]], but currently it is only planned for a release in Brazil--it is unclear if its the final result of the original movie project or its a separate project altogether.

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Despite this setback, his theatrical serials are still fondly remembered by classic animation fans and he is still the official mascot of {{Universal}} Creator/{{Universal}} Studios to this day.[[note]]Though the position was stolen from him by ''WesternAnimation/AnAmericanTail'''s Fievel from the late 1980s into the 1990s- he then seemed to have earned it back, only for [[WesternAnimation/DespicableMe the Minions]] to snatch it from him in the 2010s.[[/note]] While the series was in a state of hiatus since then, a new CG feature length Woody Woodpecker feature, made by the studio Illumination, is [[http://www.cartoonbrew.com/feature-film/illumination-developing-cg-woody-woodpecker.html stated to be in the works.]] And as of October 2013, animator Bill Kopp, the creator of such shows as WesternAnimation/EekTheCat, [[http://blogs.indiewire.com/animationscoop/bill-kopp-signed-for-universals-woody-woodpecker is helming the project as director!]] Universal is also working on a [[http://www.cartoonbrew.com/feature-film/universal-making-live-actioncg-woody-woodpecker-feature-brazilians-141553.html live action/CGI hybrid feature]], but currently it is only planned for a release in Brazil--it is unclear if its the final result of the original movie project or its a separate project altogether.
22nd Apr '17 2:44:24 PM Golondrina
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* CaptainErsatz: Woody was ([[CharacterizationMarchesOn initially]]) one of the early WesternAnimation/DaffyDuck, and the "prototypes" of WesternAnimation/BugsBunny from the shorts "Porky's Hare Hunt" and "Hare-Um Scare-Um", both of which were directed by Ben Hardaway. The rabbit in the shorts not only shares [[MelBlanc the same actor]] as Bugs and Daffy, but even uses a laugh almost identical to Woody's, albeit not sped up.

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* CaptainErsatz: Woody was ([[CharacterizationMarchesOn initially]]) one of the early WesternAnimation/DaffyDuck, and the "prototypes" of WesternAnimation/BugsBunny from the shorts "Porky's Hare Hunt" and "Hare-Um Scare-Um", both of which were directed by Ben Hardaway. The rabbit in the shorts not only shares [[MelBlanc [[Creator/MelBlanc the same actor]] as Bugs and Daffy, but even uses a laugh almost identical to Woody's, albeit not sped up.
14th Apr '17 6:01:39 AM N8han11
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** Woody is rarely the true villain, especally in the later episodes, which is the bulk of them. In spite of what Jerry Seinfeld thinks, he was rarely the instigator. He is like Bugs Bunny in that he always got the best of his enemies, but they almost always started the confrontation somehow. Where Woody differed from Bugs a bit was that Woody went WAY more overboard with his revenge.
13th Apr '17 5:19:12 PM eroock
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-->--'''Woody Woodpecker's''' CatchPhrase, and his very first lines of dialogue.

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-->--'''Woody -->-- '''Woody Woodpecker's''' CatchPhrase, and his very first lines of dialogue.


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* HitchhikersLeg: One cartoon set in TheWildWest has Woody DisguisedInDrag as a Miss Kitty {{expy}} so as to get a ride aboard a passing stagecoach. Woody pulls up his dress's hemline to reveal a mannequin's shapely leg, which causes the stage driver to stop on a dime and invites Woody aboard for free.
2nd Apr '17 1:48:56 PM MagnusForce
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* $21 a Day (Once a Month): Swing Symphony Cartune. ''Not'' a Woody Woodpecker short, but he (or a toy of him) makes a cameo with Andy Panda and Snuffy Skunk.

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* $21 a Day (Once a Month): Swing Symphony Cartune. ''Not'' a Woody Woodpecker short, but he (or a toy of him) makes a cameo with Andy Panda and Snuffy Skunk.



* Private Eye Pooch (Smith - Professor Dingledong's first appearance)

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* Private Eye Pooch (Smith - (Smith): Professor Dingledong's first appearance)appearance.



* Square Shootin' Square (Smith - Dapper Denver Dooley's first appearance)
* Bunco Busters (Smith - last cartoon with Woody designed with green eyes, and also Buzz Buzzard's last appearance until 1969's Tumble Weed Greed)
* The Tree Medic (Lovy - first cartoon with Woody redesigned with black eyes, although he still has green eyes in the opening titles.)

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* Square Shootin' Square (Smith - (Smith): Dapper Denver Dooley's first appearance)
appearance.
* Bunco Busters (Smith - last (Smith): Last cartoon with Woody designed with green eyes, and also Buzz Buzzard's last appearance until 1969's Tumble Weed Greed)
Greed
* The Tree Medic (Lovy - first (Lovy): First cartoon with Woody redesigned with black eyes, although he still has green eyes in the opening titles.)
titles.



* Get Lost (Smith) Knothead and Splinter's first appearances.

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* Get Lost (Smith) (Smith): Knothead and Splinter's first appearances.



* Red Riding Hoodlum (Smith)
* Box Car Bandit (Smith)

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* Red Riding Hoodlum (Smith)
(Smith): Co-starring Knothead and Splinter.
* Box Car Bandit (Smith)(Smith): Co-starring Dapper Denver Dooley.



* International Woodpecker (Smith)

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* International Woodpecker (Smith)(Smith): Co-starring Knothead and Splinter.



* Round Trip to Mars (Smith)
* Dopey Dick the Pink Whale (Smith)
* Fodder and Son (Smith): Windy and Breezy's first and only Appearance in a Woody Woodpecker cartoon.

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* Round Trip to Mars (Smith)
(Smith): Co-starring Professor Dingledong.
* Dopey Dick the Pink Whale (Smith)
(Smith): Co-starring Dapper Denver Dooley.
* Fodder and Son (Smith): C-starring Windy and Breezy's first and only Appearance Breezy, who would star in a Woody Woodpecker cartoon.
their own cartoons afterwards.



* Misguided Missile (Smith)

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* Misguided Missile (Smith)(Smith): Co-starring Dapper Denver Dooley.



* Half Empty Saddles (Smith)

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* Half Empty Saddles (Smith)(Smith): Co-starring Dapper Denver Dooley.



* Everglade Raid (Smith): Gabby Gator's first appearance, as "All. I. Gator".

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* Everglade Raid (Smith): Gabby Gator's first appearance, as "All. I. "Ali Gator".



* Jittery Jester (Smith)

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* Jittery Jester (Smith)
(Smith): Co-starring Dapper Denver Dooley.



* Tomcat Combat (Smith-Inspector Seward Willoughby's first appearance in a Woody Woodpecker cartoon)

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* Tomcat Combat (Smith-Inspector Seward Willoughby's first appearance (Smith): Co-starring Inspector Willoughby, who usually starred in a Woody Woodpecker cartoon)his own cartoons.



* Panhandle Scandal (Lovy)
* Woodpecker in the Moon (Lovy)
* The Tee Bird (Smith - Dapper Denver Dooley's final appearance in a Woody Woodpecker cartune)
* Romp in a Swamp (Smith Gabby Gator, identified only as "A. I. G.")
* Kiddie League (Smith)

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* Panhandle Scandal (Lovy)
(Lovy): Co-starring Dapper Denver Dooley.
* Woodpecker in the Moon (Lovy)
(Lovy): Co-starring Professor Dingledong.
* The Tee Bird (Smith - (Smith): Dapper Denver Dooley's final appearance in a Woody Woodpecker cartune)
cartune.
* Romp in a Swamp (Smith (Smith): Co-starring Gabby Gator, still identified only as "A. I. G.")
"Ali Gator".
* Kiddie League (Smith)
(Smith): Co-starring Inspector Willoughby.



* How to Stuff a Woodpecker (Smith)

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* How to Stuff a Woodpecker (Smith)(Smith): Co-starring Professor Dingledong.



* Southern Fried Hospitality (Jack Hannah - Gabby Gator receives his permanent name)

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* Southern Fried Hospitality (Jack Hannah - Hannah): Co-starring Gabby Gator Gator, who finally receives his permanent name)name.



* Gabby's Diner (Hannah)

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* Gabby's Diner (Hannah)(Hannah): Co-starring Gabby Gator.



* Phantom of the Horse Opera (Smith)
* Woody's Kook-Out (Hannah)

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* Phantom of the Horse Opera (Smith)
(Smith): Co-starring Sugarfoot the Horse, who originally starred in his own cartoons.
* Woody's Kook-Out (Hannah)
(Hannah): Co-starring Gabby Gator.



* Rock-a-Bye Gator (Hannah)
* Room and Bored (Smith - Smedley's first appearance in a Woody Woodpecker cartoon)
* Rocket Racket (Hannah)
* Careless Caretaker (Smith)

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* Rock-a-Bye Gator (Hannah)
(Hannah): Co-starring Gabby Gator.
* Room and Bored (Smith - (Smith): WesternAnimation/ChillyWilly's co-star Smedley's first appearance in a Woody Woodpecker cartoon)
co-stars with Woody.
* Rocket Racket (Hannah)
(Hannah): Co-starring Gabby Gator.
* Careless Caretaker (Smith)(Smith): Co-starring Smedley.



* Voo-Doo Boo-Boo (Hannah)

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* Voo-Doo Boo-Boo (Hannah)(Hannah): Co-starring Gabby Gator.



* Little Woody Riding Hood (Smith)

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* Little Woody Riding Hood (Smith)
(Smith): Co-starring Gabby Gator.



* Greedy Gabby Gator (Sid Marcus - Gabby Gator's final classic-era appearance)

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* Greedy Gabby Gator (Sid Marcus - Marcus): Gabby Gator's final classic-era appearance)appearance.



* Calling Dr. Woodpecker (Smith - Miss Meany's first appearance)

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* Calling Dr. Woodpecker (Smith - (Smith): Miss Meany's first appearance)
appearance.



* Dumb Like a Fox (Marcus Fink Fox's first appearance)

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* Dumb Like a Fox (Marcus (Marcus): Fink Fox's first appearance)appearance.



* Get Lost! Little Doggy (Marcus)

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* Get Lost! Little Doggy (Marcus)(Marcus): Co-starring Miss Meany.



* Three Little Woodpeckers (Marcus)
* Woodpecker Wanted (Smith)
* Birds of a Feather (Marcus)

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* Three Little Woodpeckers (Marcus)
(Marcus): Co-starring Knothead and Splinter.
* Woodpecker Wanted (Smith)
(Smith): Co-starring Sugarfoot.
* Birds of a Feather (Marcus)(Marcus): Co-starring Miss Meany.



* Janie Get Your Gun (Smith)
* Sioux Me (Marcus)
* What's Peckin' (Smith)

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* Janie Get Your Gun (Smith)
(Smith): Co-starring Miss Meany.
* Sioux Me (Marcus)
(Marcus): Co-starring Fink Fox.
* What's Peckin' (Smith)
(Smith): Co-starring Professor Dingledong.



* Woody and the Beanstalk (Smith)

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* Woody and the Beanstalk (Smith)(Smith): Co-starring Miss Meany.



* Practical Yolk (Smith)
* Monster of Ceremonies (Smith)

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* Practical Yolk (Smith)
Yoke (Smith): Co-starring Miss Meany.
* Monster of Ceremonies (Smith)
(Smith): Co-starring Professor Dingledong.



* Sissy Sheriff
* Have Gun, Can't Travel

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* Sissy Sheriff
Sheriff: Co-starring Sugarfoot.
* Have Gun, Can't TravelTravel: Co-starring Sugarfoot.



* Horse Play

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* Horse PlayPlay: Co-starring Sugarfoot.



* Lotsa Luck
* Fat in the Saddle

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* Lotsa Luck
Luck: Co-starring Sugarfoot.
* Fat in the SaddleSaddle: Co-starring Sugarfoot.



* One Horse Town

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* One Horse TownTown: Co-starring Sugarfoot.



* Woody's Knight Mare
* Tumble Weed Greed (Buzz Buzzard's first appearance since Bunco Busters, ending a 14-year hiatus, something other secondary characters never achieved)
* Ship A'hoy Woody
* Prehistoric Super Salesman
* Phoney Pony

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* Woody's Knight Mare
Mare: Co-starring Sugarfoot.
* Tumble Weed Greed (Buzz Greed: Buzz Buzzard's first appearance since Bunco Busters, ending a 14-year hiatus, something other secondary characters never achieved)
achieved.
* Ship A'hoy Woody
Woody: Co-starring Buzz Buzzard.
* Prehistoric Super Salesman
Salesman: Professor Dingledong's final appearance.
* Phoney Pony
Pony: Co-starring Sugarfoot.



* Seal on the Loose
* Wild Bill Hiccup

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* Seal on the Loose
Loose: Co-starring Miss Meany.
* Wild Bill HiccupHiccup: Co-starring Sugarfoot.



* Flim Flam Fountain

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* Flim Flam Fountain
Fountain: Co-starring Buzz Buzzard.



* Gold Diggin' Woodpecker

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* Gold Diggin' WoodpeckerWoodpecker: Sugarfoot's final appearance.



* Chili Con Corny
* Show Biz Beagle
* For the Love of Pizza
* The Genie with the Light Touch (Buzz Buzzard's final appearance in a Walter Lantz cartune)
* Bye, Bye, Blackboard (The last regular Woody Woodpecker cartoon and last Walter Lantz cartune. It was Woody's and Mrs. Meanie's last appeareance on a Walter Lantz cartune.)

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* Chili Con Corny
Corny: Co-starring Miss Meany.
* Show Biz Beagle
Beagle: Co-starring Buzz Buzzard.
* For the Love of Pizza
Pizza: Co-starring Miss Meany.
* The Genie with the Light Touch (Buzz Touch: Buzz Buzzard's final appearance in a Walter Lantz cartune)
cartune
* Bye, Bye, Blackboard (The Blackboard: The last regular Woody Woodpecker cartoon and last Walter Lantz cartune. It was Woody's and Mrs. Meanie's Miss Meany's last appeareance appearance on a Walter Lantz cartune.)
cartune.
2nd Apr '17 1:04:38 PM MagnusForce
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* Knock Knock (Alex Lovy - no onscreen credit / Andy Panda cartoon): Woody's debut, where he acts as the villain of the picture, harassing Poppa and Andy Panda. While technically an Andy Panda short, the amount of screentime Woody gets in contrast to the infant cub makes this a [[PoorlyDisguisedPilot blatant pilot]] for his series. The ending is ripped almost wholesale from "WesternAnimation/DaffyDuckAndEgghead"--no surprise, since the storyman for this short, Ben Hardaway, was a former WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes writer/director.

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* Knock Knock (Alex Lovy - no onscreen credit / Andy Panda WesternAnimation/AndyPanda cartoon): Woody's debut, where he acts as the villain of the picture, harassing Poppa and Andy Panda. While technically an Andy Panda short, the amount of screentime Woody gets in contrast to the infant cub Andy Panda makes this a [[PoorlyDisguisedPilot blatant pilot]] for his series. The ending is ripped almost wholesale from "WesternAnimation/DaffyDuckAndEgghead"--no surprise, since the storyman for this short, Ben Hardaway, was a former WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes writer/director.



* $21 a Day (Once a Month): Swing Symphony Cartune. Not a Woody Woodpecker short, but he (or a toy of him) makes a cameo with Andy Panda and Snuffy Skunk.

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* $21 a Day (Once a Month): Swing Symphony Cartune. Not ''Not'' a Woody Woodpecker short, but he (or a toy of him) makes a cameo with Andy Panda and Snuffy Skunk.



* The Loose Nut: Co-starring Wally Walrus.

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* The Loose Nut: Co-starring Wally Walrus.
Nut



* Who's Cookin' Who? (Culhane): Semi-Remake of Pantry Panic. Like that short, this is a particularly violent cartoon, with some very painful gags used throughout. One of two shorts that feature a wolf antagonist that heckles Woody.

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* Who's Cookin' Who? (Culhane): Semi-Remake of Pantry Panic. Like that short, this is a particularly violent cartoon, with some very painful gags used throughout. One of two shorts that feature a wolf antagonist that heckles Woody.Wolfie Wolf.



* Fair Weather Fiends (Culhane): Last Woody cartoon directed by Shamus Culhane. Second of two shorts with a wolf character that heckles Woody.

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* Fair Weather Fiends (Culhane): Last Woody cartoon directed by Shamus Culhane. Second of two shorts with a wolf character that heckles Woody.
Wolfie Wolf.



* Woody the Giant Killer: Solo Woody short.

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* Woody the Giant Killer: Solo Woody short.
Killer



* The Mad Hatter: Solo Woody short.

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* The Mad Hatter: Solo Woody short.short with a brief appearance from Wally Walrus.



* Wild and Woody!

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* Wild and Woody!
Woody!: Co-starring Buzz Buzzard



* Puny Express (co-directed by Lundy / first appearance of the redesigned Buzz Buzzard, with reddish head, though a black Buzz Buzzard would still appear twice, in Buccaneer Woodpecker and Hot Noon (or 12 O'Clock For Sure)).
* Sleep Happy

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* Puny Express (co-directed by Lundy / first appearance of the redesigned Buzz Buzzard, with reddish head, though a black Buzz Buzzard would still appear twice, in Buccaneer Woodpecker and Hot Noon (or 12 O'Clock For Sure)).
Sure).
* Sleep HappyHappy: Co-starring Wally Walrus.



* Slingshot 6 7/8

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* Slingshot 6 7/87/8: Co-starring Buzz Buzzard.



* Destination Meatball

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* Destination Meatball
Meatball: Co-starring Buzz Buzzard.



* Stage Hoax (Lantz - no onscreen credit)

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* Stage Hoax (Lantz - no onscreen credit)credit): Co-starring Buzz Buzzard.



* Scalp Treatment (Lantz - no onscreen credit)
* The Great Who-Dood-It (Don Patterson)

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* Scalp Treatment (Lantz - no onscreen credit)
credit): Co-starring Buzz Buzzard.
* The Great Who-Dood-It (Don Patterson)Patterson): Co-starring Buzz Buzzard.



* What's Sweepin' (Patterson - Wally Walrus' final speaking appearance)
* Buccaneer Woodpecker (Patterson)
* Operation Sawdust (Patterson - Wally Walrus' final appearance in a classic-era cartoon)

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* What's Sweepin' (Patterson - (Patterson): Wally Walrus' final speaking appearance)
appearance
* Buccaneer Woodpecker (Patterson)
(Patterson): Co-starring Buzz Buzzard.
* Operation Sawdust (Patterson - (Patterson): Wally Walrus' final appearance in a classic-era cartoon)cartoon. Co-starring Buzz Buzzard.



* Belle Boys (Patterson)
* Hypnotic Hick (Patterson): Only 3-D Woody Woodpecker cartoon.
* Hot Noon (or 12 O'Clock For Sure) (Paul J. Smith)

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* Belle Boys (Patterson)
(Patterson): Co-starring Buzz Buzzard.
* Hypnotic Hick (Patterson): Only 3-D Woody Woodpecker cartoon.
cartoon. Co-starring Buzz Buzzard.
* Hot Noon (or 12 O'Clock For Sure) (Paul J. Smith)
Smith): Co-starring Buzz Buzzard.



* Socko in Morocco (Patterson)
* Alley to Bali (Patterson)

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* Socko in Morocco (Patterson)
(Patterson): Co-starring Buzz Buzzard.
* Alley to Bali (Patterson)(Patterson): Co-starring Buzz Buzzard.



* Real Gone Woody (Smith): Winnie Woodpecker's sole appearance in a classic-era cartoon.

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* Real Gone Woody (Smith): Winnie Woodpecker's sole appearance in a classic-era cartoon. Co-starring Buzz Buzzard.
23rd Mar '17 11:16:43 AM Prinzenick
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** In "The Dippy Diplomat", Woody disguises himself as a Russian ambassador named [[PunnyName Ivan Awfulitch]], a reference to Creator/LeoTolstoy's story ''Literature/TheDeathOfIvanIlyich''.
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